Founder of Tesla Club Morocco, Khalil Amar, has chosen to test the autopilot of Tesla’s self-driving vehicle on Casablanca’s road to prove the effectiveness of the technology.
Rabat – In a video published on Twitter by Amar, the car on autopilot mode is operating perfectly.
The video shows how the car moves from lane to lane and stops behind a car.
The footage is taken from the view of the pilot, showing that the car is being tested in hectic traffic jams of Casablanca and handling them with ease.
However, one Twitter user questioned the authenticity of the video, saying; “How about showing the whole steering wheel in the video instead of just the top?”
#Tesla Autopilot in Morocco in urban area like #Casablanca ??@elonmusk
IMO she’s good! she can drive within the hectic traffic jams and traffic rules of Casablanca. Adage: If you can drive in Casablanca, you may drive easily in Asia or anywhere else.
Kudos Tesla AP Team! pic.twitter.com/6ax4KYc6ne
— Khalil Amar (@khalilamar) July 15, 2019
Tesla Club Morocco is a collective of Tesla owners, enthusiasts, and visitors in Morocco. Their mission is to install as many charging stations as they can on Moroccan highways, gas stations, and hotels to boost sustainable transport in the country.
The club’s mission is to encourage Tesla to open a car dealership in Morocco. Their first fast charger was installed in November 2017.